October 13, 2012
Imagine your house, not just any house but your dream house. A place you go to ignore the outside world for a couple of hours; your own Garden of Eden, without all the animals of course. When I picture this home, I imagine a palace of darkness with an angelic touch of bright, life bringing colors. A master bed room where you can be engulfed in the loud silence of darkness, and a kitchen where there is no vacancy for hunger. Both rooms are equally as important as each other, but I believe they are the most important rooms in the entire house.
The bed room a kingdom of darkness, where the problems of the outside word no longer lingers upon entering. First, the bed, oh yes, the bed; a simple king sized bed, covered with pitch black bed sheets that are softer than heavens, and warmer than hell its self. Two black pillows lay comfortably on top of the bed, the first pillow is small and firm so that I can lay my head on when it is time to for bed; the second pillow is as long as a human, so that I can cuddle with on the loneliest of nights. Second, the furniture which only consist of a small nightmare black sofa with two small pillows on each side; at first glance it does not look very comfortable, but take a seat on it for a few seconds and you will never want to get up. Standing across from sofa is a tall, black book shelf, filled with more movies than books. Also, in front of the small couch perched high above, there is a 37 inch, piano black, television; it sits there watching the room like a hawk stalking its pray. The TV is accompanied by a beautiful surround sound system with speakers on every corner of the room to engulf you in sound when playing harmonic music. Last, the finishing touches to the room are the four walls, and the beautiful carpet. The walls are grayish white to give the room a vibrant look while keeping it dark and ghostly; the carpet is colored nightmare black, it is soft and surprisingly...